>It's an Iñárritu pretends to be Terrence Malick episode
The only thing driving him for the whole thing was revenge and when he was finally going to have it he let go and left it in the hands of "god" and then hallucinated about seeing his hot wife.
>dude sitting next to me in the theatre fell asleep less than half way through the movie
Other anon, but I want to add that he saw her when he was fighting for his life and maybe he wanted to die in the end and be with his wife and child, tears of joy and all, but she NOPEs out of there and he dispairs, cause he lost everything worth living for.
If he isn't looking for his daughter then the movie doesn't happen. They go on a successful trapping mission without any Indians coming after them. The Rhee are just always in the background and you don't know when they are gonna show up.
People were laughing during the movie and it had me really concerned.
Do you guys recall the bear scene? When the dead bear fell on him because he tumbled down after him a few adults and children laughed.
And then later when he was trying to cauterize his throat wound a fat old women who was constantly talking laughed again.
Also that rape scene was pretty
hotbut my mind went to those laughing children who just saw an indian getting raped.
Not that I give a shit about their mental state, fuck you for making noise during a movie god fuck you so much I hate the theaters.
SOME DIPSHIT TRIED TO START UP A CLAP AND GOT SHOT FUCKING DOWN.
I saw it at an early screening a month ago and people laughed at the bear falling on top of him.
They also laughed at a lot of Tom Hardy's scenes, but that's cause he's pretty hilarious.
After I watched the screener I decided that Hardy was doing his best Jeff Bridges impersonation. Then I watched it in theaters last night and figured out that he combined Bridges with Drexel from True Romance. I couldn't not hear it after that.
people laughed when the bear got stuck on leo here too. I wanted to cry.
Shit, you guys too? What was funny about that scene? He'd just hardly killed a bear that fucking mauled him.
That was a pretty good scene but I don't really know if a bear would play with its food like that. Don't really know much about bears.
Most animals just toy with their prey im pretty sure. And i dont think the bear was planning on killing and eating leo. She was just protecting her cubs. So she gets more agressive as leo attempts kill the her.
That sounds annoying. I had to deal with a bitch sitting to my right who took several photos with her flash on during the movie. Then there was nigger sitting in the row below me who felt the need to play with his phone for 10 minutes during the middle of the movie. Several of these types of shitheads were probably victims of the Aurora shooting and that makes me feel conflicted. People are such self-entitled shits these days.
The scene in the beginning with Leo in the forest and the bear parallels the one at the end where he's looking for Fitzgerald.
As much as we'd never admit it, by being isolated from mass-culture in the post-wifi era and all the cynicism, narcissism, and decadence it brought we actually are more "normal" than normies. Normies have become insane and the natural order is inverted.
>When the dead bear fell on him because he tumbled down after him a few adults and children laughed.
That was kinda funny though, just because of how unfortunate it was.
Who the fuck would bring children to a movie like this? God, I hate the kind of parents we have today...
>when you can hear Bane break through some of Hardy's lines